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Re: organising a company directory

Check developer.netscape.com, manuals link, they have a deployment
guide for a directory server which I believe is generic enough to use
with LDAP.

Em Tue, Apr 18, 2000 at 05:36:32PM +0200, Louis-David Mitterrand escreveu:
> Now that I have more or less understood the basics of LDAP I am about to
> create a directory of clients, suppliers, contacts, prospects, etc..
> available on our company LDAP server.
> The only problem is that LDAP gives so much freedom in organising data!
> I wish I found some starting point for making our directory rational and
> well-structured. Is there some public LDAP server or document that I
> could browse for inspiration?
> -- 
> Louis-David Mitterrand - ldm@apartia.com - http://www.apartia.com
> Debian-Linux consulting: http://www.apartia.fr
> First Law of System Requirements:
>    "Anything is possible if you don't know what you're talking about..."

Andreas Hasenack
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